Tottenham Hotspur have tied two players down to long-term deals. Both Ben Davies and Harry Winks have signed five-year contract extensions, keeping them in North London until summer 2024.
Davies, who operates at left-back, has rotated with Danny Rose in the past few seasons. Since joining from Swansea City, the Wales international has racked up over 160 appearances for Spurs.
While he has been criticised at times, Davies provides some solidity for Tottenham at left-back. And if Rose leaves, he will carry the flame as the starting left-back or left-wing-back under Mauricio Pochettino.
The 26-year-old is now entering the prime of his career and Spurs fans will be hoping his performances match his contract. Likewise, Winks has been rewarded with a new long-term deal.
Harry Winks joins Ben Davies in committing until 2024
Winks came through the ranks at Tottenham and is a fan favourite. The lively England international midfielder has played over 100 times for Tottenham, scoring twice.
And now the 23-year-old has committed his long-term future to Pochettino’s project. He will hope to steer clear of injuries in 2019/20 to kick on for Tottenham.
Here are how Spurs fans reacted to this double announcement.
Well deserved, both Spurs through n through.💙💙💙💙💙💙 pic.twitter.com/7CmEURzQnX
— georgia (@8winks) July 8, 2019
Great news but let’s be honest Winksy would never even think about leaving the club
— Max (@MaxTHFC_) July 8, 2019
Tremendous news for Winksy who is only going to get better with age, we saw the way he performed superbly last season during our run to the final in the Champions League.
Davies has been one of our-long term servants and has rarely let us down, good news on both of the deals.
— Ricky Sacks 🎙 (@RickSpur) July 8, 2019
fantastic news! now Toby and Christian please
— Luiz Fernando Rodas (@luizrodas) July 8, 2019
Ohh Winksy as well!!
Congratulations Ben & Harry!
— Harsh Mishra (@SimplyWink) July 8, 2019
Quality news. Ben Davies is very underappreciated and we all know about Harry! #COYS
— Ben Rosenthal (@Ben_Rosenthal) July 8, 2019